It was our 8th invitation back to film the Guernsey Community Awards last week and it was an honour to be invited to cover their 10th annual celebration of philianthropic work. We brought more cameras than ever to cover this celebration, which will surely be the envy of many durastictions in the world if they could see how we could celebrate together without the restrictions of social distancing and face masks being mandatory in so many other countries around the world.
The video summary of the event lasted a little a longer than in previous years, and this was in part due to a special posthumous award for James Partridge, who recently passed away earlier this year which was presented by Richard McMahon, the most recently appointed Bailiff of Guernsey. Two fixed camera angles of the stage as well as a roaming camera enabled us to capture every moment of the ceremony which continues to be held at St. James Concert Hall on an annual basis.
Our Director was pleased to have received very positive feedback from the Community Foundation after they watched the video, whose staff who had commissioned us for the 8th year in a row to cover their event. We think it’s our best summary video of the annual charitable celebration yet, we hope you like it? It can be viewed below!
- Sony FS5 & GM24-70mm Lens & GM100-400 lens
- Sony FDR Z90
- Sony A7iii
- Sachtler Flowtech & Manfrotto 504 Head
- Manfrotto 055 Tripod & Manfrotto Head
- Rode NTG4+ & Rodelink Kit
- Sennheiser AVX microphone kit
- Final Cut Pro X
- Guernsey, Channel Islands